Blockchain startup Voise prepares for alpha-client launch

Voise has updated its white paper providing more details of what it’s working on: “We at Voise believe in a decentralised platform that gives 100% of the revenue to the creator of the content, but we are conscious that in order to have a successful platform we need to make it easy for everyone to use,” it explains.

Source: Blockchain startup Voise prepares for alpha-client launch

Why Can’t Spotify Stop Getting Sued? It’s More Complex Than It Sounds

Not only are music licensing and royalties a legally complicated affair, but the relationships between streaming companies, rights collection organizations, music publishers and performance rights bodies make it difficult to pin down exactly who is at fault when something goes awry.

Source: Why Can’t Spotify Stop Getting Sued? It’s More Complex Than It Sounds

Paperchain launches survey on unattributed music royalties

Startup Paperchain has launched a survey to gauge the scale of the music industry’s problem with unattributed royalties and unidentified rights owners. The company is hoping to receive responses from publishers, labels, collecting societies, artists (and thus managers), digital service providers and distributors.

Source: Paperchain launches survey on unattributed music royalties

Announcement of Proof of Existence 2.0 – PO.ET Token Sale August 8, 2017 

Po.et has previously raised $1 million USD in a pre-sale of tokens from media veterans, institutional investors, and Blockchain entrepreneurs. Now Po.et is aiming to raise an additional $9 million USD through the sale of the POE token, which represent a share of revenue generated from commercial activities on the Po.et network.

Source: Announcement of Proof of Existence 2.0 – PO.ET Token Sale August 8, 2017 – Blockchain News

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